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Cambridge Memorial Hospital Foundation encourages community messages of gratitude throughout October.

For Immediate Release:September 29, 2021 Cambridge, ON (September 29, 2021) A new CMH Champion campaign aims to rally our community around CMH by sharing inspirational messages of gratitude. Thanksgiving is approaching and CMHF intends to highlight all that our community can be grateful for. This campaign encourages local residents to place a lawn sign that …

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Fundraise With Melanie

Help me raise $15,000 for CMH! Every survivor will recall what was happening in their life the moment they learned they had breast cancer. I was away from my family, at a sales meeting. I had just turned the big 5-0 and was looking forward to a Caribbean trip with friends. I had discovered the …

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Show your support of CMH!

Join other CMH Champions by purchasing your CMH Champion swag today. Here at Cambridge Memorial Hospital Foundation, we are grateful for all of our CMH Champions. In the month of October, join donors, healthcare workers, and our community in support of CMH. Lawn signs with “Proud CMH Champion” are available to place in front of …

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Celebrating National Indigenous History Month & National Indigenous People’s Day, June 21

Monday, June 21 @ noon: Join the University of Waterloo for this Lunchtime Performance of Deantha Edmunds –– Canada’s first and only Inuk professional classical singer   Monday, June 21 @ 8:00 pm:  Attend the online screening of Butterfly Monument. This short film documents the creation of a public memorial dedicated to the late Shannen …

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Imagine waking each morning in excruciating pain, no longer able to walk and barely able to stand.

John lived an active life . . . but then his hip started giving him trouble and it kept getting worse.   Chronic hip pain was a daily reality for John. After 40 years in a physically demanding job, his hip joints were completely worn out. Eventually, John went for a consultation with Dr. Glynn …

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A sweet donation!

Today we were lucky enough to meet Hamza and his father Ibrar, who stopped by the CMH Foundation office to deliver a donation of $152! Hamza raised this donation through his lemonade stand that he ran for 2 days. How sweet is that! Hamza said he wants to inspire others like him to donate to …

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